Artifacts That SHOULDN'T Exist

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  • Published on Aug 14, 2018
  • Over the years, researchers, archaeologists and your average Joe next door, have all stumbled upon things that are way ahead of the times they have been traced back to and today we’ll have a look at but a few of these out-of-place items.
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    7 - The Stone of the Pregnant Woman…
    When it comes to ancient monuments, there’s generally one big question hanging over everyone’s heads, and that’s “how on earth did they manage to move those ginormous stones with modern engineering?” Generally, it’s with ropes, water, makeshift cranes and the like, but then you get the Stone of the Pregnant Woman, and it throws that theory out the window. This Roman monolith weighs 1,000 tons and it’s a mystery how it got there in the first place. Legend has it that women who touch the stone will fall pregnant on the spot… not a theory I’d like to test out in a hurry!
    6 - The Dropa Stones…
    Dr. Chi Pu Tei led an expedition into the Baian-Kara-Ula in China in 1938 and found something quite amazing. In some caves that the team were exploring, they discovered hundreds of stone discs buried under thick layers of dust. The discs all looked quite similar to records, all circular in shape with a spiral groove running throughout. The discs are believed to be over 10,000-years old and each spiral contains the tiniest hieroglyphics. When the discs were translated, the story the hieroglyphics told was hard to believe. It told the tale of spaceships having crashed into nearby mountains, led by people known as Dropa. Unfortunately for Chi Pu Tei, the scientific community ridiculed his story, and he went into exile in Japan. A team of Russian researchers asked to study the discs and they were sent a few. They said the discs hummed or vibrated in an unusual rhythm as though an electric current passed through them. More than that, we’re not sure, as research stopped shortly thereafter.

    5 - Gobekli Tepe…
    Again, not an actual artefact, but still a discovery that has made people rethink their original way of viewing life’s time-line. It’s generally believed that humans first settled around 8,000 BC, but when Gobekli Tepe was found in 1994, that theory went bust. This rural area in Turkey has people now thinking that humans first settled around the 10th millennium B.C. Thy have found huge stone pillars with carvings of animals on them. It’s kind of like the chicken and the egg scenario - which came first? Did people build settlements first and then look for animals or did the animals draw people to build a settlement because they knew there’d be enough to survive on? What do you think?
    4 - Roman Dodecahedrons…
    The only thing that researchers can agree with the Roman Dodecahedrons is that it has 12 sides, other than that, well it’s open for debate. These contraptions were made between AD 100 and 300 and sport a hollow centre. Some theories as to its use include weapons, religious symbols, something to do with zodiac signs or kids toys. Around 100 of them have been found wherever there was a Roman influence. What the experts do find odd is that the Romans were meticulous about writing everything down, and yet there is nothing about these strange little gadgets.

    3 - The Saqqara Bird…
    It was during an excavation of the Pa-di-Imen tomb in Saqqara, Egypt that the Saqqara Bird was discovered. It’s thought to date back to 200 BC and to some it might look like a little wooden bird, but to others it’s a replica of an ancient Egyptian glider. Scale models have been built to prove that it does indeed fly, and the models proved rather successful. There are hieroglyphs on the side of the bird which translated means ‘The Gift of Amon’ and ‘I want to fly’. What the researchers do tend to agree on is that was meant as part of a mast-head to be used on sacred boats.
    2 - The Sacsayhuaman walls…
    Again, not an artefact, but it’s walls that we’re intrigued with next, and they’re located near the city of Cuzco, Peru. Spanish conquistadores were amazed that people from 1100 were able to build such a structure when they deemed them to be ignorant and not very intelligent. Why they’re so intriguing is that the 3 concentric walls are made with limestone blocks that weighed 300 tons each and then without mortar or cement, are placed in such a way that not even a sharp knife can be wedged between the stones. Researchers have tried to replicate this on a smaller scale, but with no success.

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Comments • 191

  • TheOblivionProject
    TheOblivionProject 9 hours ago

    The disks may have been coins with little stories on them. kind of how our modern coins and money have words on them.

  • Telka Kaston
    Telka Kaston 8 days ago

    1:54 - The Death Star

  • Doc Acher
    Doc Acher 8 days ago

    I think we just underestimate the skillof the ancients.

  • Lesa Rhoton
    Lesa Rhoton Month ago

    I’m sorry people took offense at the mispronunciation of one word, the name of a place. Yes, you know what word you are, you strange and foreign word, you!
    Ignore them. I’ll bet most can’t pronounce this English word, let alone know what it means and use it properly in a sentence.
    synecdoche.
    Are you up for Mexican tonight.
    It’s the word that makes the other word not spoken to be understood, as in “Mexican food.”
    sen’EC’dō-kē
    It’s as if they expect you to know the pronunciation of every ancient word ever spoken.

  • Lochrine -8
    Lochrine -8 2 months ago

    Number 4: Ghel Kami’s box: this strange black box was owned by a man named “Ghel Kami” crazy cool name- but you’d never guess that this box (according to archeologists and other professionals) was in fact a table decoration used in ceremonies and sacrifices
    “Oh hey my Xbox one is on TVclip”

  • Nabetse krow
    Nabetse krow 3 months ago

    She said "number ten" but the number on the video is a 11

  • Info Doctor
    Info Doctor 3 months ago

    Here's the best Mystery. The WORLD is built with pretty much everything any HUMANBEING would ever really need to live yet we live with so much poverty. We should just print enough MONEY at the MINT and make everyone on earth happy. Amen

  • Stephen Schmunk
    Stephen Schmunk 3 months ago

    Stop mangling the English language

  • Bradley8936
    Bradley8936 3 months ago

    1:57 nah that’s just the death star

  • Sean Kelly
    Sean Kelly 3 months ago

    It is pronounced
    Tep-PAAAAA! Learn to say it if you are going to be an expert on it!

  • Tedecamp
    Tedecamp 3 months ago

    1:50 nah, thats def the death star

  • DavidFMayerPhD
    DavidFMayerPhD 3 months ago

    I call HOAX for most of it.

  • Johnny Eclectic
    Johnny Eclectic 3 months ago +3

    A lot of these things, especially when it comes to architecture, are only a mystery because of modern arrogance.
    People today like to think that we have it all worked out, and nobody was a professional before the modern era. The truth is the people who built these things were professionals. They trained to do the job, they put in years of experience with it, and they knew exactly what they were doing, and built the monuments to prove it.
    The fact that a handful of skinny undergrad students without a clue what they are doing couldn't recreate the work of trained, experienced professionals doesn't mean a damn thing. Certainly doesn't render the work of professionals a mystery. The absurd arrogance of it!

    • Lochrine -8
      Lochrine -8 2 months ago

      Johnny Eclectic number schplort: the Empire State Building- this monument of early America is *MASSIVE* and has thousands of individual rooms, large halls, and strange lifting technology

  • Sunny Lin
    Sunny Lin 3 months ago +2

    This video it’s full of Ignorant

  • jorge garcia
    jorge garcia 3 months ago +5

    I love watching these type of videos but when I get to the comments it’s swarmed by smart asses.

    • ian1856
      ian1856 2 months ago

      Yeah, don't forget the smarmy, dismissive moderator.

  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Luck Dragon

    My dyslexia had no problem with 11 and 10 or 10 and 11 damn... Was it 01-11???

  • Big V
    Big V 3 months ago

    when you people start saying things are billions of years old that's a lie...typical mainstream bullshit.....these artifacts are old. but not billions of years.....more like 300,000- 500,000 yrs...

  • joel gurdon
    joel gurdon 3 months ago +1

    Acording to Wight peapol every thing in Africa is created by alians. Ether there stupid or raisist as hell. Probably the last one.

  • Lui L
    Lui L 3 months ago

    Not at all I think all you idiots thinking the alien came to built some rock buildings, when they should have great technology, cause supposedly they come from out of space, they should have build amazing technology here but none came. This are all great work from humans and the brain of humans. Think about it, they have nothing to do just use their head and move forward like we do. Stop being idiots and making up fake idiotic stories like the fake bible

  • Dooffer Oh no!
    Dooffer Oh no! 3 months ago

    Nonsense. People believe anything if it’s put in a TVclip video

  • pat party
    pat party 3 months ago

    confirms theory that every period of time civilization gets wiped out down to very low population. ancient texts and even the bible warn of world-wide cataclysms which scientists confirm happens every number of years. Totally plausible as mega volcanoes can wipe out an entire population every 600k years, or even when the poles shift and 1000mph winds with 2 thousand meter tsunami happens at the equator, due to earths tectonic plates literally shifting the faces of earth and the continuous momentum of earth has to change direction. No joke even cia talks about this in a declassified document. Evidence of HUGE floodings(hudson bay in canada), continents wiped out (atlantis), and MASS of water moving(grand canyon). Not much we can do to avoid a world-wide cataclysm that nature causes

  • The Spaniel Inquisition

    Iron pillars wont rust if it stands in underground salt water - no mystery

  • Lui L
    Lui L 3 months ago

    You guys are truly a joke. Dont you think If we had aliens coming here, dont you think they would have used more metal instead of stone and things like that

    • Dooffer Oh no!
      Dooffer Oh no! 3 months ago

      And why would the come down build some pyramids and say, great, job done. Right we are off. Bye.

  • Simone M
    Simone M 3 months ago

    Some things I haven't seen before (and I'm a connoisseur of this stuff), great list!

  • Adrian Valdez
    Adrian Valdez 3 months ago

    The thumbnail used in this video is a sex toys used by the rome

  • HumanOddity69
    HumanOddity69 3 months ago

    What if we are just one of many cultures to reach an advanced stage of technology? What if wherever this is all heading is the same mysterious place that seems to be responsible for not only wiping them out but for wiping the human memory of them from recorded history? So many possibilities occur to me on this subject like what if they actually weren't wiped out? What if instead they advanced beyond where we are now and they left the planet? What if they are still here but instead ascended to a higher dimension? I'm not sure anyone can say for sure but I am sure that the truth about what really happened is hidden and one just doesn't endeavor to hide something for no reason. Either the information itself is harmful or denying us the truth is a means of control.

  • Jaren Liang
    Jaren Liang 3 months ago +1

    It is not a light blub, but your video certainly has convinced a lot of people to believe it now. You've done a great job today. How bliss is ignorance

  • Gibson In Distress
    Gibson In Distress 3 months ago

    All of these are easily explainable. Problem is we have been feed lies.

  • Benjamin Biggs
    Benjamin Biggs 3 months ago

    Number 2 sounds like "sexy woman walls".

  • Ky
    Ky 3 months ago

    “Sexy woman walls” 9:30

  • steve gale
    steve gale 3 months ago

    LOL, the Dorchester pot has the makers mark on the base. It is 19th century.

  • Candice Perry
    Candice Perry 3 months ago

    Artifacts are awesome&bizarre because people can learn about the hisstory from the artifacts

  • John Webster
    John Webster 3 months ago +21

    The dorchester pot has actually been confirmed to be a victoiran era candlestick holder. It took me less than a minute to look that up.

  • Bat Fink
    Bat Fink 3 months ago

    Because almost all history has been lost it forces every generation to speculate about what came before us. It's easy to assume that we'd be smarter than those that came before us because we know modern day technology is superior to that even a hundred years ago, let alone a thousand. This of course causes us to scratch our heads and assume alien technology when we discover very old things that we can't duplicate now. What we should be realising is that if a meteor hit the nth or south poles now it would cause the ice caps to melt and raise water levels by hundreds of feet among other major environmental catastrophes which would destroy civilization and almost certainly set any not drowned back thousands of years as most of us wouldn't have a clue how anything but the most basic things work. Many believe there have been many stop starts in human history which explains why we find so many things we don't understand, the pyramids being the most classic example. So forget about alien visitors, its only us, we just have amnesia about our past.

  • Chris Phillips
    Chris Phillips 3 months ago

    The Dorchester Pot is a Mogul hookah base 18th -19th C.

  • TheCommentBeatKiller
    TheCommentBeatKiller 3 months ago +10

    I imagine one day archeologist will discover my mixtape and realize how advanced I was and make a similar video.

    • Lochrine -8
      Lochrine -8 2 months ago +1

      TheCommentBeatKiller top ten artifacts from the 2010’s that didn’t quite belong: number 10: yer boi’s “mixtape” this strange napkin holder raises some eyebrows doesn’t it?~

    • Bjarni Valur
      Bjarni Valur 3 months ago

      Does it have fire on it?

  • John Jay
    John Jay 3 months ago

    1:44 - Mysterious, Ancient Death Star.

  • Pat 17
    Pat 17 3 months ago

    Our history is such a shit show its sad.

  • Kaptain Kittens
    Kaptain Kittens 3 months ago +17

    a lot of what this video says "shouldn't exist" exists because of a very rational reason. Much of what you know about earth and humanitie's history is a lie.

    • xc5647321 xc5647321
      xc5647321 xc5647321 2 months ago

      You dont. Most people who speak of such things never ever follow through.

    • Adventist
      Adventist 2 months ago

      xc5647321 xc5647321
      What if I want to die young?

    • xc5647321 xc5647321
      xc5647321 xc5647321 2 months ago

      You'll die old and alone. That isnt a lie!

    • Adventist
      Adventist 3 months ago +2

      Elevating Dreams
      If you knew the Bible, you’d know exactly why they’d hide things from us.

    • Elevating Dreams
      Elevating Dreams 3 months ago +5

      Ive always felt the same way.. We are told lies. Nothing but fuckin lies! They are scared of what we are capable of, so they told us a story and told us to follow with it. Im sick of it.. Its bs to live in lies!Who are they and what the fuck are they doing to cover so much shit up.. What are they hidding from us!! Why!!! Fucking govmt assholes.. All the work they go through to cover the truth will become shit once Yellowstone blows, fucking this nation real fucking hard, they will become nothing but shit trying to survive in the dying of their selfish pride and pathetic creed.

  • Robin DeClark
    Robin DeClark 3 months ago

    No such thing is million years old!!

  • Chaos
    Chaos 3 months ago

    The dodecehedron is very obviously related to the love of sacred geometry by the Romans, and is thus a religious artifact. No mystery about it whatsoever.

  • MR I LIKE GOOD HERBS
    MR I LIKE GOOD HERBS 3 months ago +1

    the sword was made in a coal fire that had some serious man power on the bellows, the coal would of added carbon to the metal during the making of it, that and a very good black smith, probably a royal or emperor's blacksmith, most of these are easy to explain, the Egypt one is likely them persevering their knowledge, humans have believed the sun to be a god in the past, the man worshiping it underneath, the outline of light going to a growing plant, im not sure of the relation of the snake, could be that they realised light moves. I would take it its the Egyptian people showing their understanding of plants and how they live, whiles basic its still an understanding.

  • Justin Little
    Justin Little 3 months ago

    God damn, this video is full of blatant ignorance towards history. Number 11 most definetly depicts a light bulb. Fuck what mainstream Egyptologists say, they have been laying roads of bullshit for us to walk on for decades. The Ancient Egyptians definetly had electricity, the technology is just lost under the sands of Egypt, or in a government vault. Either way history is not what we are being told. If you think I'm just another conspiracy theorist then I challenge you to prove to me I'm wrong, otherwise I'll be happy to prove you wrong. Make no mistake, technology isn't advancing, it's being rediscovered, and this entire video proves me right.

  • aaronstallard
    aaronstallard 3 months ago

    Again........ not an artifact..... This is one of the poorest efforts at repackaging some one elses videos I have come across

  • rdooski
    rdooski 3 months ago

    What about that beer @10:30? Don't drink around your children people, it sets a horrible example.

  • Won Lee
    Won Lee 3 months ago

    Probably filled with some water. With some sticks delicately balanced and set floating in said water. When quake emanates and radiates into the pot the slightest tempers would be turned into waves in the water which would then move the stocks in a certain direction releasing one of the balls

  • BWGgy
    BWGgy 3 months ago +1

    If you want to believe they were ever buried and found, can only take someone's word for it.

  • Minato Namikaze
    Minato Namikaze 3 months ago

    Find some new material! I have seen everything on this list multiple times for years now. It seems pointless to rehash a list you saw somewhere else and not add any new finding

  • JAMESk3gs
    JAMESk3gs 3 months ago

    The cup holds the answers to alchemy

  • oknumbnuts1
    oknumbnuts1 4 months ago

    OOPArt. Conspiracy

  • Alex D
    Alex D 4 months ago

    Obviously they were more advanced because they didn't have any government hiding or trying to keep them from knowing this type of precious knowledge, we're the ones fucked by these selfish bastards

  • Dimethylhydrazine
    Dimethylhydrazine 4 months ago

    If they shouldn't exist, why don't they destroy them? Common Sense...

  • tony luffman-cook
    tony luffman-cook 4 months ago

    1.53 , its a tiny death star.

  • Huslter-One
    Huslter-One 4 months ago

    2018 and I'm still seeing shit that was been reposted so many times. That desperate for content eh?

  • Brandon Mason
    Brandon Mason 4 months ago

    Dropa Stones don't actually exist.

  • lex mark
    lex mark 4 months ago +1

    This s*** is no more true than World of Warcraft being put on my screen every 5 minutes to make me download the game or buy the game every 10 minutes World of Warcraft is more real than this

  • lex mark
    lex mark 4 months ago

    This s*** is b******* and now it's been documented or proven or anything it's all speculative hearsay of someone's fact it's not been proven factual it's all the hypothesized or prophesized but it's not been a proven fact so it can't be true how can you say but you know what a plant is on a side of a bowl how do you know just because someone here is saying this doesn't make it true everything here is fantasy and not a facts

  • lex mark
    lex mark 4 months ago

    Comon how do a bunch of botanist no that a bunch of plants on a bull have been extinct for thousands of years how do they know which plants they're actually saying about when there's no writing on there to depict which plants they're talking about how do they know this I think this is b******* they don't know what they're talking about this is b*******

    • David Roether
      David Roether 3 months ago

      What kind of bitch bleeps themself while typing, especially on TVclip

    • christina coots
      christina coots 4 months ago

      i think your spelling is.. extremely off. also, there are these things called fossils, that give us a glimpse of prehistoric times,

  • Mindofthebrick
    Mindofthebrick 4 months ago

    What about the impossible interlocking stones?

  • Tom Stamos
    Tom Stamos 4 months ago

    Theze finds were much more common before heavy macinery was invented to dig instead of men with shovels.

  • Tom Stamos
    Tom Stamos 4 months ago

    I l@st read about #1 in the early eighties in a book 'mysteries of the unexplained' . That book claims that the university people that examined it claimed it was made by the mythical father of metallurgy whos name I forget. Then the vase was lost. #3 was also in that book. The little spheres were said to spin on their own while in their glass display cases in a museum.

  • SpangeBab
    SpangeBab 4 months ago

    Checkmate, people who don't believe in aliens

  • Brian Welton
    Brian Welton 4 months ago

    i watch vodeos like this and i firmly velieve we are completely clueless about our true past but my question i never get is how did we forget?

  • rob b
    rob b 4 months ago

    "drop discs hieroglyphics tell the story of aliens crash landing on earth" *source* ??

  • Kaloyan Velikov
    Kaloyan Velikov 4 months ago +3

    your channel should get all the facts straight because a lot of the stuff you say in this video are currently either factually incorrect or purely wrong!
    read a little and FACT CHECK! ;)

    • ComaBoy
      ComaBoy 3 months ago +1

      Also agreed - as I had never heard of the Dorchester Pot - I decided to look it up. The only info about it is from an 1800's news report and there are NO pictures of it. The pics used in this video are of other objects that are modern or contemporary.

    • Nonof yourbusiness
      Nonof yourbusiness 4 months ago +1

      Agreed.

  • jamesha175
    jamesha175 4 months ago

    pregnant gal stone of the south = 2000 tons

  • BenzoEnzo Mk2
    BenzoEnzo Mk2 4 months ago +1

    Ummm Number 1 Should be the Anti-Kyfera Mechanism Found ....

  • Oldenweery
    Oldenweery 4 months ago

    A lot of Out of Time things have been found in mines. Somewhere in the U.S.'s coal belt, a huge lump of coal broke open---and a nut threaded onto a bolt was found molded in place (so NOT a piece of hardware from modern mine machinery or support timbers).

  • Vikki facts
    Vikki facts 4 months ago

    None new but kool

  • Vikki facts
    Vikki facts 4 months ago

    Wow

  • Vikki facts
    Vikki facts 4 months ago

    Romans were amazing with glasd

  • Vikki facts
    Vikki facts 4 months ago

    Yh they should exist if science is wrong but hey wud not be 1st time

  • cj222100
    cj222100 4 months ago +4

    I love this kind of stuff! The accurate world map is especially interesting!

  • Stella the Locksmith
    Stella the Locksmith 4 months ago

    The truth is what those with power say it is. So i guess we are fucked

  • Fruit Loops
    Fruit Loops 4 months ago

    Top 10 channels have died

  • Thomas Tully
    Thomas Tully 4 months ago +2

    The alien civilization that created these items is still here today, and to be quite frank, they have no plans on leaving. The US. Government made a a very bad agreement back in 1948 or 1954. To which they have been slaves to ever since! The point is that they sold their souls for technology for which they had no understanding of and could potentially wipe out humanity, well here we are today, the earth is shaking and quaking in every region of the planet,so was it worth it, they sold their souls and have lost that which they were so eager to obtain!

    • Gooch
      Gooch 3 months ago

      I totally get your point but I think its a mistake to go straight to "aliens" simply because we aren't sure about something. Many things we do learn from taking some else's word for it but conspiracy theories are called "theories" for a reason.

    • Thomas Tully
      Thomas Tully 3 months ago +1

      Sir, you are absolutely correct, that is why we go to school, is to learn and disseminate information to others.

    • Gooch
      Gooch 4 months ago +2

      Thomas Tully its comical how sure you are of yourself when you probably created your opinion based on other peoples claims. Do you not know how ridiculous you sound?

  • Endless Ambition
    Endless Ambition 4 months ago

    Honestly the fact that you guys cram as many ads as possible into your videos deterred me from subscribing just letting you know.

  • ksu39123
    ksu39123 4 months ago

    on number 10 she showed 11

  • Polyfusia
    Polyfusia 4 months ago +2

    The Sexy Woman Walls. Bahahaha. Saksayhuaman. That legit sounds like a prank phone call last name. too funny.

  • Polyfusia
    Polyfusia 4 months ago +19

    "Gobekly Teep". Narrator is a moron who never researched this and just read it without hearing it. It's pronounced "Gobekly Tep-ee"

    • Polyfusia
      Polyfusia 3 months ago +1

      I'm aware, but I'm not a narrator and I've heard of the site.

    • Steve Dodge
      Steve Dodge 3 months ago +1

      The "Narrator" is probably just that. A Narrator. Narrators
      Don't Study what they read. They Narrate.

    • AngelTheFiend
      AngelTheFiend 3 months ago

      Polyfusia chill

    • Leaf Oakenshield
      Leaf Oakenshield 3 months ago +3

      Why the name calling?

    • aaronstallard
      aaronstallard 3 months ago +5

      If you are going to correct some one, at least be correct yourself

  • Jason Renwick
    Jason Renwick 4 months ago +2

    TOO MANY ADS!

    • Olly Thomas
      Olly Thomas 3 months ago

      Use ad block then if they bother you..

  • Big E
    Big E 4 months ago +1

    Awesome!!

  • Kenny  Keffer
    Kenny Keffer 4 months ago +1

    Wonderful video

  • Matthew Lamson
    Matthew Lamson 4 months ago +2

    Just coat the iron in graphite or lead and it won’t rust

  • Cotton Hill
    Cotton Hill 4 months ago +1

    The Roman Dodecahedrons look like Dwemer artifacts from Skyrim.

  • PikachuchuTrain
    PikachuchuTrain 4 months ago +3

    I really love ancient mysteries like these, and have spent years researching it. This was the first list in a very long time where I actually learned something new. That's impressive. :-)

    • J Barnhart
      J Barnhart 4 months ago

      boring...

    • PikachuchuTrain
      PikachuchuTrain 4 months ago

      Look, I've tried my best to help you, and considering you've calmed down, I want to say at least some of it got through to you. But you clearly have no intention in staying serious, so I give up. I guess one child should be left behind sometimes.

    • J Barnhart
      J Barnhart 4 months ago

      still boring...

    • PikachuchuTrain
      PikachuchuTrain 4 months ago

      Alright, now you've finally seemed to have calmed down. Now all you need to do is stop trying to insult me, then I might take you serious.

    • J Barnhart
      J Barnhart 4 months ago

      Boring troll still boring...

  • Eric Varela
    Eric Varela 4 months ago +2

    This was very cool! Some people think the giants (nephilim) were the ones who helped with those monolithic stones. But man it could be anything so mysterious!

  • Tom Turnbull
    Tom Turnbull 4 months ago +1

    I recon the sword was made from a metal meteorite.

  • Bay Whedon
    Bay Whedon 4 months ago +2

    So I guess no one is going to talk about those discs that talked about aliens and spaceships on earth 🌏
    Anyone

    • J Barnhart
      J Barnhart 4 months ago +1

      'cause it's fake, along with others in this video.
      The pictured stones are "bi"stones, the discs are supposed to be simular...and yet no one has seen them for years ('60s), there are no photographs...
      Rumors are taken as fact and they turn out to be created by aliens that immigrated here...according to the only (ridiculed, debunked) chinese guy who supposedly found them. Who probably never existed, either.
      Fake...Google is your friend...

  • Jay Spradley
    Jay Spradley 4 months ago +1

    The graphics for numbers 10 and 11 are switched

  • Gaetano Francesco Prochilo

    The Roman dodecahedrons, is the white dictionary from Skyrim!

  • Who TfAmI?
    Who TfAmI? 4 months ago +1

    Omfg that so funny. You’ve used the trickster of the Sarah Jane adventure for the thumbnail. Dead

  • cowboy7995
    cowboy7995 4 months ago +3

    If people would learn to read the Bible properly you'd learn of THE THREE EARTH AGES.!!!!(2ndPeter 3) That the Earth is billions of years old & that WE ALL Lived here on Earth With GOD Untill the Katabold (revolt) when Satan & 1/3 rebelled and God destroyed the first age in the First Flood (not Noah's) Jeremiah 4....Gen. 1 in the beginning the Earth "BECAME VOID...... EPHESIANS 1:4 ..Rom. 8:29... Math 13....rev.12.. prov. 8...job 1:6, 2:1.. 38:7. thanks..... Mark 13 RECORDS BIBLE. STUDIES.COM

    • Grim Reaper
      Grim Reaper 4 months ago +4

      ...god made marijuana on the 420th day

  • Greta Piperkoska
    Greta Piperkoska 4 months ago +2

    Again old stuff. Däniken combed these very long ago.

  • Wendy Alexander
    Wendy Alexander 4 months ago +2

    Very cool

  • holoholo haole no ka oi
    holoholo haole no ka oi 4 months ago +1

    @8:32 it was a pocket Gem sizing tool

    • Tasha Mendolia
      Tasha Mendolia 4 months ago +1

      holoholo haole no ka oi had to watch it again, but I think you might be right...I noticed the second time I watched it that the holes seem to be different sizes on each side. If not meant gems, I think it was definitely a sizing instrument.

  • Zachary Smith
    Zachary Smith 4 months ago +2

    #11 kinda looks like an electric eel encased in some sort of glass-like material

  • james kidd
    james kidd 4 months ago +5

    Great video; OOPARTS( out of place artifacts) u should've included the Coso Artifact, The London Hammer and the Quimbaya airplanes, The West Virginia coal bell and the 300 million year old cog wheel found in coal in Russia; please check Mystery History and Unexplained Mysteries for more information on subjects about this and advanced technologies

    • james kidd
      james kidd 3 months ago

      Erik Hafer Cherokee and Sioux

    • Erik Hafer
      Erik Hafer 3 months ago +1

      james kidd will do,thanks and I like your logo. native American ? I'm 1/4 Seneca myself.

    • james kidd
      james kidd 4 months ago +1

      TheJurnalyst it's Coso damn autocorrect

    • TheJurnalyst
      TheJurnalyst 4 months ago +1

      james kidd the "Costco artifact"??! What? A folding chair?? *Cusco, bro.

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  • michael Longford
    michael Longford 4 months ago +18

    The age of some of these artifacts alone is unbelievable, nevermind the intricate detail. Another fascinating video talltanic.